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Our 30-plus years of institutional investment experience and proprietary market analytics can help you / your firm become more successful by identifying:
- when it’s time to be aggressive and, more importantly,
- when it’s time to protect what you have.
The focus of our research is the US financial markets, including US stocks and market sectors, US interest rates, the US Dollar, and economically-influential commodities like gold, copper, and crude oil. However, the scope of our analysis is global as we study and integrate worldwide inter-market relationships into our process to add breadth, depth and accuracy to our investment conclusions.
We communicate our investment analysis and ideas to subscribers primarily via the 9 different research reports listed below, all which are accessible through the password-protected Research Center of our website. Subscribers typically receive 3-4 reports per week.
Our Research Center lists all current and recent research by date, with the most current reports on top. Our research archive is also searchable by type of report (Keys To This Week, Asbury Alert, etc.), asset class (US stock market, US market sectors, etc.), date, and by specific words or phrases in the report (“copper”, “Health Care”, etc.).
Subscribers receive an email alert immediately after new research has been posted to the Research Center, which includes a brief abstract of the report and a direct link to it.
Keys To This Week
Keys To This Week, published at the beginning of every week, is a bullet-pointed list of key market factors with accompanying charts that are most likely to influence US financial market direction during the next one to several weeks. It includes both strategic (looking out 1-2 quarters) and tactical (looking out over the next 30 days) investment ideas, plus our trend model‘s current bias for US stocks, market sectors, bonds, and currency. » View Sample Keys To This Week from Oct 17th 2011
Our newest report, produced on Friday morning, is the end-of-week companion to our Monday Keys To This Week report. Weekly Wrap-Up reviews our Monday morning expectations for the US financial markets, explains what actually happened during the course of the week, and then forecasts what this implies for upcoming market direction.
Our Commentaries provide a comprehensive strategic analysis of specific areas of the US financial landscape (stocks, interest rates, gold) that identifies emerging price trends and the new investment opportunities that they may provide. » View Sample Commentary from Aug 10th 2011
Asbury Alerts provide tactical and actionable investment ideas, including specific entry and exit levels, that pertain to the more strategic investment themes that appear in our Commentaries and other more intermediate term oriented reports. Asbury Alerts let our clients know when important and actionable changes are taking place in the financial markets, as they happen, and advise on how to participate in them. » View Sample Asbury Alert from Oct 11th 2011
What We’re Watching Today
This is a short, 1-2 chart pre-market opening report, taken directly from our dynamic Watch List of key markets and market factors, that we we use to identify important changes in current market conditions. These reports can focus on anything from a key support or resistance area in the price of an influential financial asset being broken, an indicator extreme that has historically preceded important trend reversals being reached, or a directional change in our trend models. » View Sample What We’re Watching Today from Dec 14th 2011
Investor Sentiment Survey
This monthly report displays and analyzes a broad list of asset flow- and survey-based measures of both professional and retail investor sentiment, and discusses these data’s current directional implications for the US financial markets based on previous historical market reaction to similar conditions. » View Sample Sentiment Survey from Oct 20th 2011
A monthly report that gives an in-depth update of our trend model’s current picks for relative outperformance or underperformance in the 9 sectors of the S&P 500 according to the the Select Sector SPDR ETFs, and also discusses emerging sector-related opportunities for the next 1-2 quarters out according to a number of metrics including market momentum, investor asset flows, and price structure. Weekly updates on our sector-related trend model are also published in our Keys To This Week report. » View Sample Sector Watch from Dec 23rd 2011
Global Seasonal Analysis
A monthly report that displays and analyzes annual, quarterly and monthly seasonal trends for 17 global asset prices including equities, benchmark interest rates, foreign exchange, and key commodity prices based on historical data going back to the 1950s.
US Financial Market Chart Book & Video
A monthly collection of price charts and various financial data series that our research suggests are likely to have the most upcoming influence over US and global asset prices, and that collectively convey our best investment ideas for the next one to several months. It includes an accompanying video in which John Kosar, Director of Research, discusses the implications of each chart and how it is likely to affect market direction. » View Sample Chart Book from Sep 8th 2011
Interactive Web Conferences
Our web conferences are prepared specifically for each client/firm and made available online via GoToWebinar. They can be presented individually via your personal computer/laptop/tablet, or to a group/investment team via the flat screen TV and audio system in your firm’s conference room. Our web conferences enable us to display, describe, and explain our latest investment ideas as if we were there with you, while fielding questions and addressing specific concerns in real time.
Our Correction Protection Model (CPM) for the S&P 500, and Sector Rotation Model for US stock market sectors, provide our clients with quantitative, data-driven metrics that signal the best times to be invested, and when to stand aside.
From 2007 through 2014, CPM has essentially produced twice the return of SPX with half the volatility.
Asbury Research’s pricing structure varies depending on the level of service , and can be quoted as a fixed-price, subscription based model or a more open ended relationship to accommodate internal voting mechanisms. We accept either hard or soft dollar payment, and have existing relationships in place with institutional brokerage firms.
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